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Classic Cars of Houston
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This is a 1962 Thunderbird that we built that is unlike any other! For starters you will see the Roush 427 engine backed by and AOD transmission. You will also see a custom instrument cluster and vintage air gen IV system. What you cannot see is the custom QA1 coil overs and one-off suspension! check out more of our work on www.classiccarsofhouston.com
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1/2/17
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How about some ridiculously good looking exhaust in polished stainless? All of the work was done in house including all of the brackets crossmembers etc!
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2015-08-07
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1967 GTO all finished out at Classic Cars of Houston.
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2015-07-24
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Ready for delivery!  1969 Hurst/Olds. The only deviation from stock are the radial tires and a Vintage air.  Thank you Mr. Roth!!!
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2015-06-09
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1937 Cord Weschester SC  with original Super Charged Engine! Notice the original Cord fog lamps upfront.
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The Model A shipped to Switzerland!  Here are some pics of her at the sugarmill. 
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2015-05-15
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The 1970 Superbird ready to cruise.  The motor was done by Indy Cylinders and the transmission is an upgraded TKO-600
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2015-05-04
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These are some shots of Doug's brand new chassis for his 1940 Ford!  Of course it has a 9" and Wilwood big disc brakes. Stay tuned for pics of the build!
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2014-12-12
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Here are some pics of a throttle body we did (there are 16 in total for the projected application.) You will see the manifolds in rapid prototype to complete casting along with the Air horns fresh off the mill.
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2014-11-07
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Yes, that is Jeff Pate driving a car with a real "flame job"!
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